HELP is hiring Medical Assistants for new LGBT Center in Arlington.

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Are you one of the best Medical Assistants in Texas?  Are you a team player who is committed to making access to quality health services for LGBT Texans more accessible?  If you answered yes to these questions, we want to talk with you!  The Health Education Learning Project is currently seeking two Medical Assistants for our HELP Center for LGBT Health and Wellness locations. The MA role at HELP includes phlebotomy, lab specimen processing and direct client interactions.   Bilingual English and Spanish applicants are highly desired.  Medical Assistants are full-time benefits eligible positions.  Interested applicants should send their resume to  Positions will be open until filled. No phone calls please.   Click here for a Job Description.

Free Condom distribution in Fort Worth TX
HELP distributes more than 100,000 condoms each year through our RAP program. 60% of gay men in Tarrant County reported not having a condom when they needed one within the past year. This lack of condom availability is a major factor in risk-taking behavior. We distribute condoms to area gay bars, local organizations serving the gay community, and through our Condom of the Month program.For more information about RAP:
Contact Jerel Murrah
Call: 817-332-7722
Free Rapid HIV Testing in Fort Worth TX
The Rapid Connect Program conducts free rapid HIV and syphilis testing. The primary focus of our program is expanding access to HIV testing for the gay community, but we test anyone who needs it. We use the INSTI Rapid HIV and Syphilis Health Check rapid tests so you have your results in 15 minute. Testing is conducted from 9:30am – 5:00 pm Monday – Friday, and until 7:00pm on Mondays and Thursdays. In addition, we test at community events and in area gay bars.For more information about Rapid Connect Program:
Contact our office.
Call: 817-332-7722
iPlay is the “friends don’t let friends drive drunk” of HIV prevention. This two-session program equips local leaders in the gay community to talk with and educate their friends about HIV and the importance of playing safe. The program has been proven to be effective in reducing the spread of HIV in the gay community. HELP is the only program in Texas chosen to conduct this nationally recognized strategy.For more information about iPlay:
Contact Michael Cook
Call: 817-332-7722

Why We Focus on Prevention

In 1994, three women who realized that prevention was not only more cost effective, but also more humane than after the fact interventions founded the Health Education Learning Project (HELP). Since then, HELP has been on the forefront of providing comprehensive programs in the areas of HIV prevention, women’s health, and support groups for HIV positive individuals and LGBT youth.

We recently added two new programs for mobilizing our local community to join in the fight against HIV/AIDS and STIs. The first initiatives under these programs were to develop a one-stop-shop for HIV services in Tarrant County, and to conduct the largest community health assessment ever done in Tarrant County focusing on the needs of the LGBT community. The success of these initiatives laid the groundwork for our being awarded a new grant to broaden our scope. This new grant includes mobilizing the community to prevent other sexually transmitted infections as well. If you are interested in joining the fight, we welcome your support.

At HELP we understand the success of our organization and the programs we offer is made possible through the tremendous support we receive from our friends and supporters in the community. Please contact us with any comments or questions, or if you want to volunteer for one of our programs.

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1717 South Main St, Fort Worth, Texas USA 76110
Ph: 817-332-7722